World Armless man charged with stabbing tourist

08:08  13 july  2018
08:08  13 july  2018 Source:   news.sky.com

Tourist brings unexploded WW2 shell to Vienna airport

  Tourist brings unexploded WW2 shell to Vienna airport An American tourist brought an unexploded World War Two shell to Vienna airport in her luggage, Austrian police said on Tuesday. The 24-year-old had found the bomb on Sunday while walking in the Dachstein mountains, according to police in Lower Austria state.She kept the shell in her belongings as a souvenir and declared it to customs officers when she came to the airport on Monday, who immediately rang the police.A bomb disposal unit was called and in order to safely remove the device, the baggage hall and parts of the arrivals area were closed for around 15 minutes.

Jonathan Crenshaw has been charged with stabbing a tourist in Miami Beach. Pic: Miami-Dade Corrections© Getty Jonathan Crenshaw has been charged with stabbing a tourist in Miami Beach. Pic: Miami-Dade Corrections A homeless beach artist with no arms has been charged with stabbing a tourist in Florida.

Jonathan Crenshaw, who paints pictures with his feet and weighs around 90lbs, was arrested in Miami Beach for allegedly stabbing a tourist from Chicago with a pair of scissors.

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The Florida native clutched the scissors with his feet and knifed 22-year-old Cesar Coronado twice before running away, according to the arrest report.

Tourist brings unexploded WW2 shell to Vienna airport

  Tourist brings unexploded WW2 shell to Vienna airport An American tourist brought an unexploded World War Two shell to Vienna airport in her luggage, Austrian police said on Tuesday. The 24-year-old had found the bomb on Sunday while walking in the Dachstein mountains, according to police in Lower Austria state.She kept the shell in her belongings as a souvenir and declared it to customs officers when she came to the airport on Monday, who immediately rang the police.A bomb disposal unit was called and in order to safely remove the device, the baggage hall and parts of the arrivals area were closed for around 15 minutes.

Crenshaw, 46, told police he was lying down when the tourist approached him and punched him in the head.

Mr Coronado told investigators he had stopped to ask Crenshaw for directions before he jumped up and stabbed him.

After the attack, Crenshaw is alleged to have put the scissors back into his waistband and quickly left the area.

Police found Mr Coronado bleeding from his left arm and he was taken to hospital for treatment, the Miami Herald reported.

It noted that Crenshaw is a popular fixture in the area and is known for painting canvases along a trendy spot in the neighbourhood of South Beach in the city of Miami Beach.

Cindy Barrientos, who was travelling with Mr Coronado, described the attacker as a homeless man with no arms to officers.

He was found a short distance away and arrested after midnight on Tuesday.

Crenshaw, who has been charged with aggravated battery, has a court date on 18 July.

His arrest record includes offences dating back to 2008 for trespassing, disorderly intoxication, vandalism and battery on police officers among others.

He once told the Miami New Times that he impregnated many women, including pop singer Gloria Estefan, who he said gave birth to 200 of his children.

Man in custody after Adelaide stabbing .
A man is in police custody tonight following a stabbing in Port Adelaide. Police were called to Sussex Street around 4.30pm today following reports of an altercation between two men.The victim, a 43-year-old man from Alberton in Adelaide’s north, suffered serious injuries to his abdomen in the attack and was rushed to Royal Adelaide Hospital. © Provided by Nine Digital Pty Ltd A man was stabbed after an altercation on Sussex St, Port Adelaide. Image: 9News A 19-year-old West Lakes man was arrested at the scene.He was taken to Queen Elizabeth Hospital with a minor hand injury.

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